Here is a summary of all the Fake Teams articles from the past week:
Jason breaks down the closer situation for all 30 teams and ranks them in tiers.
Jeremy profiles Braves pitching prospect Julio Teheran who is baseball's top ranked pitching prospect. What makes the 20 year old Colombian so highly regarded?
Ray covers Sunday's Roto Roundup where he discusses Ryan Zimmerman's injury and Ubaldo Jimenez coming off the DL.Rays writes the Monday Roto Roundup discussing Rangers starter Alexei Ogando and Ryan Zimmerman hitting the DL
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Jeremy provides a recap of the Pacific Coast League's top prospects and performers.
Fake Teams wants to know how confident readers are that Carlos Gonzalez can duplicate his 2010 stats in 2011.
Ray discusses Tuesday's Roto Roundup highlighted by Dan Haren throwing a Complete Game One Hitter, Josh Hamilton's and Rafael Furcal's DL trips.
Jeremy recaps the International League's top performers and how the top prospects are doing.
Ray provides analysis and opinions on Wednesday's top fantasy performers in the Roto Roundup.
Jeremy provides a review of AA Eastern League's top prospects and performers from the week that was.
Jeremy asked the question: Can Jayson Nix be a game changer for your fantasy team? He is 2B and 3B eligible and has plus power. Will full time duties be a recipe for success the way it was for fellow Blue Jay Jose Bautista?
Ray discusses the top fantasy performances from Thursday, along with some general baseball thoughts.
Jeremy takes a look at the top prospects and performers from the AA Southern League from the week that was. Paul Goldschmidt, Brett Jackson and Dylan Axelrod stand out.
Evan takes a look at some players who can help your fantasy teams in his Weekend Warriors piece.
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Jeremy takes a look at AA Texas League's top prospects and performers including Jaff Decker, Mike Trout, Martin Perez, and Casey Kelly
Jack takes a look at Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez saying he will be a different player in 2010 after his monster 2010. The piece had a deep discussion on some advanced sabremetric stats.